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The 7 Most Instagrammable In El Paso

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In El Paso

Being so close to the Mexican border, El Paso naturally has a lot of Mexican heritage and influence ingrained into its culture and history. Nowhere is that more reflective than in some of the sights that make them some of the most Instagrammable spots in El Paso.

For some excellent ‘gram-worthy shots, check out these seven Instagrammable places in El Paso.

The most Instagrammable spots in El Paso

1. Hotel Indigo El Paso

Aside from being one of the best hotels in El Paso, Hotel Indigo is also a dream location for Instagrammers. This boutique hotel offers some quirky and hip things that you can document with pictures.

Whether you’re up on their rooftop taking a picture of the skyline or their outdoor pool or hanging out on the swinging chair in the lobby, there are tons of great pics you can take here for your ‘Gram.

Hotel Indigo El Paso

2. Plaza Theatre

The Plaza Theatre is one of El Paso’s sacred gems and for good reason. One of the best things about this Theatre is the charm that emanates from its rustic exterior.

Take a picture in front of this legendary Theatre and make sure to include the Plaza sign in your shot!

Plaza Theatre

3. El Paso Museum of Art

El Paso Museum of Art has a wealth of great pictures you can take here including Baroque and Renaissance works of art. This museum has over 7,000 pieces on display so you’ll definitely have your pick of what to snap here.

If art is your thing, then you need to come to this museum and take some pics for your ‘gram.

El Paso Museum of Art

4. El Paso Museum of History

Another great museum for pics is the El Paso Museum of History. This museum is known for the iconic postcard shot. If you can’t find it, just look for the small crowd of people loitering around this one spot in the museum.

Snap yourself in front of this Greetings from El Paso wall and become your own postcard!

El Paso Museum of History

5. Animo Sin Fronteras

Animo Sin Fronteras is a giant mural that pays homage to the Mexican influence in El Paso. Meaning “Courage Without Borders” this mural is a tribute to Melchor, a man whose son was disappeared by corrupt police.

It’s hard to miss this mural once you come across it but it is an amazing one to have for your Insta.

instagrammable el paso

6. Good Times at 2626

Good Times at 2626 is a super hip area that is great for taking photos for its sheer unique look. More resembling a vintage backyard, this colourful area, from the green lawn to the bright blue retro van, you can’t help but be in awe of this funky look.

This is a great spot to take a few pics. Relax in one of the lawn chairs, snap away, and watch those Likes rack up.

Good Times at 2626 in El Paso

7. I Love You Too Sign

The I Love You Too sign is part of the charm of the Coffee Box in El Paso. The Coffee Box is literally in a giant shipping container and this little sign is on the back of the container.

People love coming here on Valentine’s Day but you can come and take a ‘Gram here whenever you want.

I Love You Too Sign

James Wan
James Wan

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, James has always had an inquisitive nature and traveling is now his biggest passion. His biggest thrills are visiting places he's never been to and exploring different cultures. James counts Athens, Tokyo, and Rome as the top three places he's visited.

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